Women's Studies: Religious Rebellions
with Piers Burton-Page . Including:
7.20 J Strauss (son) Waltz: Voices of Spring
7.35 Richard Strauss
Symphonic Fantasy: Die Frau ohne Schatten
8.00 Arensky Fantasy on Russian Folk Themes
Fugues in F sharp minor and E ('48' Bk II)
Gould So you want to write a fugue. Discs
Presented by John Thornley. String Quartet in F, Op Busch Quartet (1933)
Opferlied: Lorna Haywood (soprano); Ambrosian
Singers/Tilson Thomas Grosse Fuge , Op
Guarneri Quartet. Discs
Versa est in lactum
10.08 Debussy Danse sacrée et danse profane Osian Ellis (harp) Academy of St
Montreal SO/Charles Dutoit
A sa guitare
Ravel Reves; Sainte Peter Pears (tenor) Osian Ellis (harp)
10.37 Marin Marais
Sonate a /a Marésienne
Two Eastern Pictures
Royal College of Music Chamber Choir
BBC Scottish SO/ Jerzy Maksymiuk
Death of St Narcissus Peter Pears (tenor) Osian Ellis (harp)
Après une lecture du Dante Lazar Berman (piano)
11.41 Respighi Ancient
Airs and Dances: Suite No 1
Boston SO/Seiji Ozawa Discs
Leslie Howard opens the 1993 season with a recital including the first broadcasts of three Liszt transcriptions.
Beethoven Eroica Variations, Op 35
Donizetti, transcr Liszt Spirto gentil (La Favorite) Gounod, transcr Liszt Hymne a Ste Cecile
Lassen, transcr Liszt Symphonic intermezzo: Uber alien Zauber Liebe
Glinka Overture: Ruslan andLudmilla
Symphony No 1
Vienna Conservatory Symphony Orchestra conductor Georg Mark
Wolfram Wagner Hiob Danja Lukan (sop), Michael Novak (ten),
Johann Leutgeb (bar/speaker)
Vienna College of Music Chamber Choir
Youth Orchestra of Vienna conductor Herwig Reiter
First of two programmes. Benedictus a Sancto
Josepho was a Carmelite friar living in Boxmeer in the Netherlands. Despite his isolated existence, his music shows a variety of French and Italian influence. Salve Regina; 0 vita mea 0 quam suave
Loma Anderson and Tessa Bonner (sopranos) Rogers Covey-Crump and Charles Daniels (tenors) David Thomas (bass) London Baroque/
Lise Manniche discusses the ways in which Ancient Egyptian instruments have been preserved and developed in the traditional music of northern Africa and the Middle East.
Producer John Thornley
A special Comic Relief edition for Red Nose Day, presented by David Owen Norris with surprise guests, competitions and music.
Producer Fiona Shelmerdine
Kreutzer Quartet live from Studio One, Pebble Mill.
Bartok String Quartet No 3 Janacek String Quartet No 1 (Kreutzer Sonata)
8.10 Le Corbusier: a New Architecture
Professor Timothy Benton , author of a study of Le Corbusier's villas, visits three of his avant-garde 20s houses and talks to architect Neave Brown about Le Corbusier's revolutionary theories.
8.30 Berg Lyric Suite
Charles Tomlinson reads
T S Eliot's poem, the publication of which in 1922 marked a turning point in modem English poetry.
Introduction and Alkgro Metamorphic Variations BBC Welsh SO/
The second of three programmes in which the complete repertoire for consort is performed by Fretwork.
(Final programme on Tuesday)
When The Waste Land was first published in the 20s, it was greeted with astonishment, even anger. Roy Porter discusses how the classic poem is read today with John Carey , Christopher Ricks ,
Kate Flint and Andrew Motion. Producer Fiona McLean
In their first radio broadcast, Chris Burn's Ensemble present their approach to group improvisation in a programme of six pieces, some freely improvised, some with an element of predetermined structure.
Introduced by Chris Burn and John Butcher.
Jim Denley (flutes)
John Butcher (saxophones)
Stevie Wishart (violin/hurdy gurdy)
Phil Durrant (violin)
Marcio Mattos (cello/double bass)
John Russell (guitar)
Chris Burn (piano)
Matt Hutchinson (synthesizer/electronics)
Except in Scotland. As broadcast this afternoon on R5